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A business doesn't become successful overnight. It takes hard work, determination, and time to turn your company into a success. But there's more to it than just that. Any number of things can impede the success of your business, from your employees' behaviors to your workplace policies. You can set your business up for continued success with the support of our HR consultants in Denver.
Owning a business sounds like an idyllic dream to many. You get to be your own boss and control every part of your business. However, owning a small business comes with a lot of challenges that you may struggle with, such as recruitment, workplace policies, and so on. You can successfully and smoothly navigate those obstacles with HR consulting services for small businesses.
Every business has had to deal with problematic employees. Whether they're consistently late to meetings or fail to follow directions, your business should document those performance problems. That documentation can help address and improve employee performance to benefit them and your organization. Today we'll be discussing how to document employee behavior problems and how you can correct them.
The COVID-19 pandemic has raged across the world for well over a year now. As vaccines become more widely available and social distancing restrictions are slowly lifting, a distant end to the pandemic is in sight. This has led many business owners to wonder how to safely return to the office. Can employers require vaccines? How can you give your workforce absolute peace of mind while at work? We're here to share expert guidance to help you return to work after the COVID-19 pandemic.
“A bad attitude is like a flat tire. If you don’t change it you’ll never go anywhere.”
“Everybody loves Tony. He has been with the family business for years and is a great guy. Over the last several months, however, his job performance was slipping. He has been coming in late and when he is here, he isn’t performing at the expected level. He misses deadlines, forgets about meetings with customers, and is irritable. I have talked to him and told him that he needs to turn it around. I didn’t document anything because, well, you know, it was Tony. I think I have to fire him. What should I do?”